I say last minute but realistically we are only on the 8th December so there is plenty of time for you real last minute shoppers to freak out and buy your loved ones gifts! However, as most of us prefer online shopping to being pushed around in the busy streets at this time of year, it’s best to get your jingle bells in gear and shop now to ensure your gifts arrive in time! So here is my all-in-one gift guide.
Gift for the Tech Lover
With technology moving so fast and new exciting products being launched weekly, it is hard to know what to buy the tech lover in your life. Luckily, Panasonic have come to the rescue with their latest range of digital waterproof cameras. Oh, but not just waterproof- it’s also freezeproof, shockproof and dustproof, as well has having 20.4mp and a 4.6x optical zoom. Perfect for travelling and capturing those underwater shots! This piece of tech is definitely on the high end of the budget so if you’re going for something to wow and spoil someone special then this one’s for you.
Gift for the Beauty Lover
There are plenty of beautiful beauty sets out this Christmas, but if you really want to treat the beauty lover in your life then go for something from Charlotte Tilbury. I highly recommend the ‘Gift of Red Carpet Skin‘ which contains a pot of the very highly rated Magic Cream alongside 5 other glorious skincare products! Everything from Charlotte Tilbury comes beautifully packaged- an absolute winner if you’re not a fan of wrapping!
Gift for the absolute foodie
The best way to go with a foodie is by far getting them a hamper of delicious delights! Not On The High Street has a whole selection of hampers including some for the Gluten Free or Vegan people in your life. Being a cheese lover myself, I’d go for the ‘Cheese Lovers Gift Box‘ or for something sweet, the sexy looking Gin & Fudge Hamper has you sorted.
Gift for the adventurer
For those that like exploring and adventure with thrill packed days out while potentially risking life & limb (I have no idea who these people are tbh!) then treat them to a Red Letter experience. From driving supercars to adrenaline inducing skydives, you’re bound to find the perfect gift. I would go for the ‘Up at the o2 Climb Experience’ which actually looks like something I’d do- fun, but not too terrifying!!
Gift for the little ones (And not so little ones)
As someone who doesn’t have children yet, buying for little people is a minefield! Do they already have it? Will they actually play with it? Do they even still like Peppa Pig now they are 10? (Lol- the answer is probably no FYI- they most likely prefer hunting people on Fortnite) So although this may be a complete cop out- I prefer to buy older children gift cards alongside a book and classic selection box. You can even buy Xbox or Nintendo gift cards now which mean they can instantly download a game or an Amazon or Smyths gift card is always a great idea. For younger children, Lego is a good all-rounder! With sets such as Disney Princess, Harry Potter and Minecraft, it’s easy to find something most children will be into.
Gift for your Secret Santa
If your workplace has Secret Santa in place, it can be hard to find something nice on a budget of usually around £10-£20! Asos have some great ideas such as this cute little planter or this bullet journal guide. Bath products from Lush are another great idea or if all else fails- alcohol! (Just make sure they do drink beforehand otherwise that might be awkward!)
So there you have it, hopefully this will give you some ideas and with all being online, you can do it with a Baileys and a mince pie in your hand, perfect.
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